Tag Archives: PHP

  • Two Cool AppleScripts

    I recently became aware of a project on the Broken City Lab website that used one of my AppleScripts as a reference: This post about Using AppleScript With Arduino, LCDs, and PHP documents Justin Langlois’s efforts to use AppleScript to drive an external hardware project. Not only do we share the same first name but, since his last name is the same as my Canadian grandfather’s, it has set me off on a wild theory about having a distant AppleScripting cousin north of the border.

    And in another weird confluence, I discovered yet other AppleScripting Justin (how many of us are there, anyways?) — Justin Blanton. He recently served up this cool bit of code on his site: An AppleScript-driven “kitchen timer” that works with Launchbar. Some of his use-case examples are:

    • Remembering to leave in 10 minutes to pick up the takeout order I just made.
    • Remembering to get the coffee out of the french press in four minutes.
    • Remembering to call someone back in 20 minutes.
    • Remembering to take the pizza out of the oven in 15 minutes (when I’m not within earshot of the oven alarm).

    Looks pretty handy…. well done!
    (Via Broken City Lab and justinblanton.com )

  • www.macheist.com MacHeist ~ Stay tuned…
    After a brief delay, the latest MacHeist nanoBundle 2 is live and there’s lots of goodies to be had: MacJournal, RipIt, Clips, CoverScout, Flow, RapidWeaver, and (after 50,000 bundles are sold) Tales of Monkey Island….All for $20! That’s over $240 off of the total list prices and, even better, 25% of your purchase goes to charity!
    (Via www.macheist.com )
  • SCOTTEVEST – Travel Clothing
    In case you’ve never heard of Scottevest, they’re the Idaho-based purveyors of tech-friendly Travelwear. During their 40% Off Sale last week, I picked up a couple of jackets (for an upcoming review and “Travel Tech” series) which arrived today. I thought I’d try the Quantum Jacket while running errands here in chilly NYC today and, I have to say, I’m impressed. Combined with my also-newly-purchased Tavo Gloves (which let you operate your iPhone without suffering frostbitten fingers), I was well-equipped to withstand a Category 5 Geek-alanche!1 — or at least to win a few Nerd Merit Badges!
    (Via www.scottevest.com )
  • Petition to make “Hella” the prefix for 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 – Boing Boing
    C’mon — the California Academy of Science totally has to be behind this effort, right? (Wassup Kevin!)
    (Via www.boingboing.net )
  • Schneier on Security: More on the Al-Mabhouh Assassination
    Bruce Schneier is like a bearded, truth-seeking missile — here he is, deconstructing some recent events you may have heard about in Dubai:

    The truth is that Mr. Mabhouh’s assassination was conducted according to the book — a military operation in which the environment is completely controlled by the assassins. At least 25 people are needed to carry off something like this. You need “eyes on” the target 24 hours a day to ensure that when the time comes he is alone. You need coverage of the police — assassinations go very wrong when the police stumble into the middle of one. You need coverage of the hotel security staff, the maids, the outside of the hotel. You even need people in back-up accommodations in the event the team needs a place to hide.

    (Via www.schneier.com )

  1. Yes, I realize that I am mixing a couple of weather-related things together in an awkward, unfortunate way []

Links to Evernote Applescripts and Accessories — Updated Regularly!

This page contains a regularly updated list of products, services, and AppleScripts/API projects that are designed to work with Evernote.
If your Evernote-Related Product or Project isn’t listed, click here to let me know about it!  Be sure to also check out the Veritrope.com Code Library which contains a large number of Evernote-related scripts and projects.

Evernote Accessories + Services

"Evernote Essentials" PDF (Direct Purchase)

"Evernote Essentials" for Kindle (Amazon)
Now in it's 4th Edition! An overview written in plain English of the capabilities of Evernote. Includes a comprehensive setup guide and a sizable collection of tips, tricks and best practices to help the newbie get up to speed quickly and show the seasoned user a thing or two about how to become an Evernote superhero!

Evernote for DummiesDavid E. Y. Sarna's Evernote for Dummies, 2nd Edition is a solid reference to learn to get organized with Evernote – and features a kind mention of the Veritrope.com Code Library. (Thanks David!)
Fujitsu ScanSnapI own the previous generation model and have whole-heartedly recommended it for years to people who are trying to digitize big piles of paper quickly.

With the Fujitsu ScanSnap one button color scanner, you can quickly convert paper documents into electronic files. ScanSnap features an auto document feeder (ADF) that digitizes both sides of a document in a single pass in color, making it ideal for an office or home office environment. Now, thanks to the partnership of Fujitsu and Evernote, pushing a single button on ScanSnap can make your scanned documents instantly available and searchable on virtually any computer and mobile device you use.
Canon imageFormula P-150A new entry on the market: The P-150 scanner (also known as Scan-tini) was designed for professionals to improve their personal efficiency and individual productivity in offices and in transit. From the Small Office / Home Office (SOHO) user, to the occasional traveler, to the employee who frequently travels, the P-150 scanner offers advanced features to meet the document capture needs of stationary users and "road warriors."
Lexmark Platinum Pro905 Business Class Wireless Multifunction Inkjet Printer with Web-enabled Touchscreen
This looks pretty cool -- the 'Scan to Evernote' SmartSolution by Lexmark International makes it easy to scan an important document, convert it to digital format and post to your Evernote account with one simple click of a button...all without even turning on your computer.
Eye-Fi SDHC Wireless Flash Memory CardsThe Eye-Fi SD Card is one of my faves! With it, your camera can record the location where your photo was taken (works great with "Places" in iPhoto).

And if that wasn't enough, with a WiFi connection it will automatically upload your photos as you take them to Evernote or a number of other online repositories!

Evernote Scripts / API Applications:


Veritrope.com Scripts

Click Here For The Latest Entries for "Evernote" in the Code Library!
**NEW** Delicious to Evernote Importer (KEEPS TAGS!)
Save a List of Source URLs as Text
RTF/TXT File Imported (To Improve Formatting Over Native Import)
Safari URLs to Evernote (To Generate A Quick List Of Bookmarks from Your Open Tabs)
Yojimbo to Evernote Exporter
Evernote to Yojimbo Exporter
NetNewsWire to Evernote: Batch Sending
TWO Scripts Connecting DEVONthink and Evernote!
The Idea Scroll
Evernote to MacJournal Exporter
MacJournal to Evernote Batch Exporter
Apple Mail to Evernote
Export Evernote Notes to HTML (Legacy Script)
Export Notes From Evernote to an RTF text file
Export a List of Titles for Notes In Evernote to a text file
Microsoft Entourage to Evernote
NetNewsWire to Evernote: Single Headline or Tab

Other Scripts and Projects

Import Delicious Bookmarks into Evernote.
An Applescript to push all of your LittleSnapper snaps into Evernote, including tags/ratings/title/date!
**NEW** Toodledo-to-Evernote Workflow
Automator Actions for Evernote
Livescribe/Evernote AppleScript
AppleScript to Export entire Evernote notebook in PDF format
PHP code to send a WordPress post to Evernote
Ruby Script to import Twitter favorites to Evernote
Ruby Script to improve import of Delicious bookmarks into Evernote
Using a Greasemonkey script to speed up import from Google Notebooks to Evernote
Greasemonkey script to force https: on Evernote websites
Use the Evernote Bookmarklet via Ubiquity
AutoHotKey Script for Evernote
Ubuntu Evernote Clipping Script
Camino Browser Toolbar Script
Journler to Evernote AppleScript
Clip to Evernote via Quicksilver and AppleScript
Copy title and URL in the front most window of Safari to Evernote with link
Creating a daily log in Evernote from Quicksilver
Import Yojimbo items into Evernote
A Ruby/AppleScript solution to post NetNewsWire Items to Evernote
Import Evernote ENEX Files into DevonThink as HTML
A MacFUSE-based file system for accessing the Evernote service. (Under Development -- Use with caution!)
Amazon Kindle NoteScraperExports your Kindle notes and highlights to Evernote. When you run the script you’ll be able to enter a series of tags to be applied to all of the notes. You can also specify an existing or new Notebook as the destination for your notes. Installation instructions are included in the download.
Journaler to Evernote Exporter
**NEW**JS-Based Delicious/ENEX ConverterUses JS to convert your Delicious links into an Evernote ENEX import file!
**NEW**ENEX-based Daily Journal AppleScript